Customize FMEA forms to meet your company-specific requirements. The customizable features are, for example:
- Additional data
- Additional columns
- Alternative evaluations
- and many more
Data from the P-Diagram can be automatically transferred to the functional and failure analysis.
"Disturbance variables" from the P-diagram are offered in suggestion lists for failure causes in the FMEA. "Unintended output" is offered in suggestion lists for failures in the FMEA.
Data from the P-Diagram are offered as suggestion lists for specifications.
The latest key figures and evaluations are available in the dashboard at any time. Reports, such as maturity level evaluations, are automatically visualized for management and project managers and can be output at the push of a button.
The e1ns newsletter informs project participants automatically and regularly about their measures. These can be edited in a separate action view in the web browser. FMEA knowledge and direct editing in the FMEA form are not required.
The e1ns plugin technology allows a wide range of customization options for the newsletter attributes, such as
- Sending Interval
- And many more
In the process flow chart, the process structure and the interactions between process steps are visually elaborated.
The process is automatically transferred into a tree structure, which represents the central process representation.
Process elements are analyzed and supplemented with further methods - e.g. feature specification, FMEA, production control plan.
Model-based system development using the block diagram provides a visual representation of the system/product. Using the SysML standard, a system structure is created that describes the system behavior functionally, mechanically, electrically, electronically, etc..
All project participants from different areas, work on a common system representation.
Simple. Intuitive. In the web browser.
By using Generic FMEAs or Basic FMEAs, development teams benefit from existing knowledge and avoid repeating mistakes from the past.
A defined lessons learned process helps you to use existing knowledge efficiently for future projects.